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  1. Hi Tsakalos, I have zero visible scarring and I have already been out in the Sun this year. So of course I was worried about white dots plainly be evident if my skin got darker. This simply was not the case. Maybe it's just the way I heal, but I would attribute it more to the skill and size of punches being used. I say this because I have plenty of scars on my body just from everyday life that are clearly evident. I would reccommend Dr. Bisanga and I would also reccommend just do a small test. I just corresponded with someone recently that had beard hair work done by a very well know repair doctor here in the USA. He has white dotting and in fact was told that would be the case. I have to assume a larger punch was used. Maybe this doctor simply does not have the skill to use a smaller punch. This statment is not meant to bash but to inform. Here is a link to my pictures, take a look for yourself. I will be posting some more at the 4 month mark in about 1 week. Check out my Follow My Repair Thread, I will be updating it with a condensed history of my past. http://tinyurl.com/y8m256z
  2. Topcat611, I'm glad that you are seeing good growth so far. Some time ago, I invited Dr. Bisanga to present examples of his work on our forum to be considered for potential recommendation. Unfortunately, he has not taken advantage of this opportunity to date. Best wishes, Bill
  3. Hey guys I thought I would start a new thread as I am scheduled for a FUE session with Dr Bisanga on 19th December. As many of you will know I had a FUE procedure with Dr Armani about 2 years ago. 2425 grafts onto my NW3 head. The results were poor to say the least. Although I was offered a touch up I decided not to let Dr Armani touch my head again. I haven't had much option but to put it down to experience and move on. You can see my pics on the attached weblog and although they look pretty bad the reality is that when my hair is grown out and with a bit of concealer I can pretty much get away with it. However, I would really like to get to a position where I didn't have to wear concealer and I could not have that constant hair worry. You know that feeling when you tense up when a girl playfully runs her hands through your hair? My plan is to have approximately 1000 FUE grafts into the transplanted area to create the hairline that Dr Armani failed to do. I realise that 1000 FUE is probably a bit less than I need but I think it is enough to make a significant cosmetic difference and it will allow me to assess the results without using too much more of my donor hair. Once this procedure has grown in I will reassess where I am. I haven't ruled out going down the strip route at some point later on. I spent a long time deciding on the doctor that I wanted to go to. I think since I have begun my hair transplant decision I have consulted with 6 docs in person and several more via the internet. I have emailed dozens of patients and even have a facebook friend out of it. For this 2nd procedure I eventually narrowed it down to either Dr Bisanga or Dr Ron Shapiro. I have had a lot of contact with Phil from Dr Bisanga's office and Jason from Dr Shapiro's office. Both have been fantastic and I would feel completely confident with either Dr. The choice eventually came down to one of scheduling and the fact that, living in London, Brussels is cheaper and more convenient to get to and from. Well, I have to say I am nervous and excited. I am not looking forward to the actual procedure but I am hopeful that it will be worth it in the end. I will keep everyone updated on the progress of my 2nd round in the chair and am happy to answer any questions that people have. Best wishes, Stingray
  4. Julius, Don't lose faith in FUE. Don't read too much into stories about Spex being told FUT bla bla. Think about the reasons why composite clinics have a vested interest in keeping strip as the prime generator of income and FUE for boutique purposes or specilaist purposes. Dr. Feller is his worst enemy in this respect - and beleive it or not, I respect him immensely as a doctor, and as a commentator - he openly admits that FUE is a pain in the #%s. I can't tell you enough, do not lose faith in FUE as a technique that offers you a realistic chance to have it both ways as the unpredictable nature of balding and drug treatment plays out on your scalp and your body. Shapiro has to be commended for taking on FUE. Again H&W's PR about,, 'we don't do FUE because we wanna offer value to our patients bla bla" well, take that with a grain of salt. THere is no doubt these clinics produce great strip results, so to Bisanga, who will also offeryou strip at a heart beat and so too armani in their strip days. The FUE into the strip scar is an understandable but dodgy rationaization. You just can't get the texture to match if you wanna buzz. sure, if you grow out, it can improve your situation, just as tattoos can. But if you are talking about a longer hair sceanario then the whole discussion is mute, might as well get strip and pray you don't end up like me in my late 30s, when I realized I wanted to buzz afterall due to progressive loss 15 years after my first HT
  5. Hi all, and may I first thank everyone who has contributed on here, which is a huge help to anyone research HTs. I am planning to go ahead with an HT this year, but I am undecided between two surgeons, and wondered if anyone on this board could help me with a final decision. I live in London, and my research has led me to a final shortlist of two, who both seem to have excellent reputations: Dr. Melike Kulahci from Transmed in Istanbul; and Dr. Bisanga from BHR in Belgium. Transmed are cheaper, by about 2,500 Euros, but BHR has the advantage of being much closer. I've had a consultation with Dr Bisanga, and read many good reviews of BHR. I've not had a consultation with Dr Kulahci (just spoke to a patient consultant via the phone), but the reviews of Transmed are generally glowing. I've had three consultations in all, with different surgeons, and think I am a good candidate for an HT. I am probably going for strip surgery, aiming for about 2,800 to 3,000 grafts, transplanting to the top of the head and bringing forward the hairline around the temples a few millimetres. I'm aged 38, currently about a Norwood 3, and use various hairloss medications, including finasteride. But the steady hairloss I have experienced since my early 20s, plus family history, makes me think I will probably end up a Norwood 6-7 in 10 to 15 years, even with these medications. Any advice greatly appreciated.
  6. It's extraordinarily difficult to give you any information on the clinics you're inquiring about for the simple reasons that nobody has visited all of them, nobody has had a transplant with all of them, and nobody has any "inside" information on all of them. That being said, based upon what I've seen on this and other forums, I have seen the best results from Dr. Devroye and Dr. Feriduni. I know Dr. Bisanga is quite popular, but I'm not a big fan of his hairline designs, and he never responded to some concerns about a result that a patient of his posted on this forum. Do a ton of research, and then do a ton more. Find the doctor that you like best, because ultimately, that's all that matters.
  7. Hi Guys, Probably, I need about 2000-3000 grafts so the FUT method will be my choice, Plus I only have ??5000.00 to spend. After many years of going thin, now I have the courage to do something about it. I have done some research and would appreciate advice, recommendations, good or bad reports on the clinics below... Clinic 1: BHR Clinic, Dr.Bisanga, Brussels, Belgium, I have read some really good reports about this clinic and surgeon. Does anyone have some advice on this clinic? Clinic 2: Solihull clinic, Birmingham, Dr. Vernikos I have found it difficult to find reports about this clinic and surgeon. Does anyone have some advice on this clinic? Clinic 3: Dr. Devroye, Belgium I have read really good reports about this clinic and surgeon, He seems to be a real good guy with real good results. Does anyone have some advice on this clinic or surgeon? Clinic 4: Norton Clinic, Homestead Drive, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, I have read some not so good reports about this clinic and surgeon, and I can't find a surgeons name on their website, which is rather unusual. Does anyone have some advice on this clinic? Clinic 5: Dr. Feriduni, Belgium I have read some really good reports about this clinic and surgeon. Does anyone have some advice on this clinic or surgeon? Clinic 6: Dr. Bessam Farjo and Dr. Nilofer Farjo, London, Manchester I have read great reports about this team. However, however... I have also read that the UK is not the place to have a HT. Is Dr. Farjo a good choice? Any advice or info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Guys, John
  8. Hi My Ex with Bisanga, I am planning to go to Belgium and have a consultation with Dr. Bisanga. I would like to know if you are pleased with your result? Please reply, because I was really happy with most of the details on this forum about Dr. Bisanga, however a few conflicting reports have given me second thoughts. John
  9. Runman, there are many patients that are extremely unhappy with the results they have received from some of the so called top docs. Most of them do not post for various reasons but they are out there and I have spoken to quite a few. This is one of the reasons it took me 10 years to start any type of repair and I decided to go to Dr. Bisanga in Brussels and I live here in the USA. In my opinion there wasn't anyone here in the USA that had the ethics or skill that I needed. I investigated most of the top repair and fue doctors and always saw a red flag here and there. I was also lucky enough to win an offer of pro bono work because I am a repair patient. The offer had actually nothing to do with my choice but it did make getting started earlier much easier. Talk to as many people in person and on the phone as possible and keep an eye open for any type of red flag when dealing with a clinic. Bauman wanted to charge me for just a consultation, red flag. He uses some type of new unproven device for fue and charges more then experienced doctors that have skill and use proven methods, red flag.
  10. Yes I think there are just not enough patients attempting that high a number to know if it's going to be the rule but my guess is that it will come in time. But you are right I really wasn't addressing that point. I was addressing just the point of scarring as asked by the original poster. I can see where scarring would not be a problem because Dr. Bisanga extracted the 200 fue from just the chin area of my face and like I said there is no visible scarring. Can all ht doctors achieve this probably not. That's why it's so important to do the research. Thanks for giving me the chance to clear this up.
  11. Bill, I agree it all does comes down to having a skilled surgeon perform the work. I also agree with spreading the work out and just doing small sessions. I did see a patient that had over 7000 fue's. He cuts his hair very short, I guess that would be a 1 or 2 guard. It looks incredible and is absolutely impossible for the most seasoned ht veteran to tell any work has been done. I viewed this work in daylight at a distance of only a few inches. The work was done by Dr. Bisanga and was incredible. I don't think anyone if they had a chance to view this work would ever opt for a strip, but this is just my opinion. In the end everyone needs to do what is best for them.
  12. I agree with what you wrote. I probably should not have stated that there are no down sides to fue. I believe all those downsides such as cost, donor availabilty, and not being a canidate all exist for too many clinics now offering the procedure. I think where we differ is that it is my opinion that it is not the procedure that is flawed, but it is that some of the doctors and clinics that performing the procedure are flawed. But I can only speak from my own experience over the last 25 years and I always try to have an open mind. Sometimes I am shocked by what I see still happening in this industry. I still stand by my statement that I have had 200 fue's extracted from my face by Dr. Bisanga and I have no scarring along with 100 fue's from my chest. In fact I went out to a local restaurant for dinner the day after the procedure and I felt very comfortable.
  13. I am a veteran of the punch graft methods used in the early 80's, approximately 7 strips, 2 hairlifts, 1 scalp reduction, and most recenlty fue work to try and repair this mess. I didn't get feeling to the back of my head from strip for about 10 years. It was always uncomfortable and tight. I have had absolutely zero pain or discomfort with the fue procedure I had with Dr. Bisanga. Keep in mind I had 200 fue taken from my face, and I actually was able to go out for dinner the next day. It's coming up on 3 weeks and all the hairs are still growing, including the beard and bodyhair. So in my opinion the pain factor depends on the procedure.
  14. My experience at the BHR clinic in Brussels was more then I could have ever hoped it would be. The clinic is both honest and open and lays the truth right on the table for all to see. Sometimes the truth might not be what we want to hear, but it is the truth. The fact is you need the truth in order to make an educated and informed decision. I have been hoping to have some type of repair work done for the last 10 years, but I have been frozen with fear in what I have seen over this time. Some will assume I am biased, after all this was a pro bono offer that I received from BHR. In all honesty if I were given this same offer by some of the other clinics I have consulted with, I would have had to decline. I have just seen too many red flags to ever feel comfortable. I simply could not afford to make a mistake and be wrong. I needed only the absolute best clinic and doctor in the world to perform this work. I could not let distance be a roadblock. In all sincerity I could not give false praise and cause another human to go through what I and other victims have gone through. I have personally spoken to many of the repair patients we have all seen. To this day they are still portrayed as success cases. Many of them in reality are very disappointed in both their results and the treatment they received. They hide in the shadows and are afraid to reveal the truth for too many reasons that others here would have a hard time understanding. Being repeatedly taken advantage of and being victimized is only something another victim can truly understand. It gives one a sense of shame that they carry around for a lifetime. Over the years I have seen hideous body scarring, doctors with God like attitudes, clinics knowingly using deceptive advertising where their showcase results actually failed in the long run, clinics with little to no fue experience, hairlines meant for a 12 year old boy with little regard for future needs, forums that deleted threads that didn't suit their bottom line, doctors that cancelled consultations at the drop of the hat with little regard for the prospective patient and clinics that actually used pictures of results that were not their own. These are not things I saw 25 years ago when I got butchered, but they are going on today as I write. To believe that people are not still being victimized is na??ve, but I can also understand how easy it is to be deceived. Dealing with hair loss can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing. Being disfigured by a bad hair transplant can be 100 times worse. The clinics and forums have a moral and ethical obligation not to mislead. But unfortunately when there are substantial amounts of money involved, greed rears it's ugly head. One only needs to look at the news headlines the last few years. It goes on in almost every industry, including the practice of medicine. It very easy to take advantage of someone who has hope, it's the easy road. Couple that with the highest risk takers out there, males in the 18-29 age group. One can then see how lucrative the hair transplant business can be. BHR takes the road less traveled, the high road and in the end I think it's just a matter of time before this becomes evident to others. Dr. Bisanga has the highest degree of ethics, because that is who he is as person. As I said before, he is an absolute master at what he does. This is a skill that can only be honed from years of hard work and repetition, along with being gifted with a natural ability. It's no wonder that other doctors seek to be trained by him and learn the secret to his skill. But this skill is simply not something that can be acquired in a few weeks or months, but takes years. Repetition is the mother of skill and it's only with time that it can be achieved. Dr. Bisanga will not sacrifice his ethics for a little more profit. He lives by the Hippocratic oath and he will do no harm, nor will he be involved with others that potentially might do harm. Of course I have seen other clinics that use drills, or new mechanical type extracting devices. But I have also seen too many unproven techniques and therapies over the years that didn't quite pan out and are easily forgotten along with their victims. I can't afford the luxury of being a test patient or a victim once again. I needed to have something that has had proven results over the long term. Sure these new ways of extracting grafts might lower costs, but I will leave that for others to experience and wish you all the best in the experiment. I have experimented enough when I was younger and no longer have the will nor the intestinal fortitude to test the waters. I like to think that I have done my share and helped pave the way for the advancement of hair transplants. But it has come at a tremendous personal cost, both financially and emotionally. I never imagined in my wildest dreams that I would be traveling to Europe to have my repair work done. It just never occurred to me that the solution to my predicament would be anywhere except what I thought to be the greatest country in the world, the United States of America. I always felt in the area of medicine, the USA was the most advanced and compassionate. Well it took a clinic and a great doctor on the other side of the world to change my view. When I got to the hotel in Brussels I will admit I was starting to feel a little doubtful. All these terrible feelings started to come back to me from my first ht 25 years ago. I stayed in a hotel all alone after that procedure and was anxiety ridden by what I had done. That one mistake 25 years ago was life altering for me. It's only something another victim of a bad hair transplant can understand. I asked myself what was I doing here in Brussels, and thought maybe I was making just another mistake. It turns out this was one of the best decisions I could have ever made. I am truly ecstatic with what Dr. Bisanga has done for me. The clinic and the staff went well beyond my expectations and my stay in Brussels was very enjoyable. Dr. Bisanga was able to extract a total of 828 grafts. 490 scalp, 238 beard, and 100 chest fue's. I never even thought about doing that many body and beard extractions. I thought about doing only 10 each before I left the USA, I was just too uncertain about potential scarring. But after meeting and speaking with Dr. Bisanga I felt very comfortable leaving my fate in his hands. I was that impressed by both his character and ability. Well I am thrilled to say that at this point there are absolutely no signs that any surgery was even performed. Dr Bisanga doesn't need machines to extract fue's, he is literally a machine himself. I say this with no exaggeration, he extracts fue's with the greatest of ease. The healing has been amazing and is still hard to believe. I actually went out to eat at a local restaurant the very next day. It was unnoticeable that quickly even with over 200 beard hair extractions. I have seen plenty of pictures of body hair extractions, and the results were never this good. The donor areas always seemed still quite red even a month later. It's hard to see the extractions from the chest area already, and it's only day 6. Philip at BHR is an incredible source of knowledge and information on the ht business. I encourage each and every person who is considering surgery to do your self a favor and tap into this base of knowledge. He is happy to share and help others. Regardless of if you use the services of BHR or not, you will be armed with knowledge and be able to make a better decision. Phillip is a very good-hearted and kind person. After speaking with him I got the impression that he is equally disgusted by what he sees transpiring in the ht business. I believe he is helping to try and change it. But the business will not change without a fight. It will go kicking and screaming. Stephen is one of the nicest and friendliest people you will ever have the chance to meet. I was able to view his 7000 fue work up close within inches. It is absolutely impossible to tell that any surgery was ever performed in both the donor or recipient areas. The rest of the staff at BHR was fantastic. Each and every one of them excels at their work. Dr. Hesam, Leith, Natasha, Genta, and Katarina make up part of an amazing team that simply gels together. I look forward to good growth and I am already planning my next procedure in my mind. I have every intention of being back in Brussels one year from now. Of course my situation is different then most. I am limited in what can be achieved and will more then likely still need to use a concealer. I have just made too many poor choices in the past. But I would like to take my repair work as far as it can go. To all the repair patients, there is hope. To all those considering their first procedure, take your time, become informed, and don't believe the hype. I will be posting pictures tomorrow including the results at the 1-week point. Total fue count 828 1 hair 2 hair 3 hair Scalp 220 470 Beard 32 108 98 Chest 98 2
  15. I just got back today, so hopefully I will post pictures this week. It was such a great experience and I have so many good things to say that I need a few days. It's only been 5 days since the surgery and it's just about completely healed. I am truly amazed. I had my first ht about 25 years ago and I have been posting on the forums for well over 10 years. This is the most honest and ethical clinic that I have ever come across. Dr. Bisanga is a master at what he does. This is not false praise and I don't say these words lightly. We have all seen people in our life that were truly masters at what they do. Through constant repetition and natural talent they make the difficult appear easy. That is Dr. Bisanga a true master. Phillip is one of the most honest and ethical people I have ever met in this business. Anyone that doesn't take the time to seek his counsel is really missing a valuable opportunity to make a better decision. Regardless of weather you choose BHR or not, I would encourage anyone considering a ht to learn as much as you can from highly knowledgeable person. I viewed Stephen's work of over 7000 fue's. It is absolutely impossible to tell he has had any work done. Either in the recipient area or the donor area. He is also one of the nicest people you will ever meet. The staff at BHR is equally incredible. Each and every one of them.
  16. Posted by Dr. Chris Bisanga rep on another forum: The approximate consistency of platelets in 1 cubic cm of blood is 250,000 and when concentrated with PRP can increase to 1 million, 4 times the concentration. The platelets contain the "healing" tools that are released when a wound is made. Due to the concentrated nature of PRP and the fact it can be used in specific isolated areas the platelets can react faster to the area, improving coagulation, reduce bleeding and with less fibrosis and collagen manufacture. The conclusion not just a speedier healing process but improved healing of the skin tissue reducing the signs scarring with improved healing characters. The platelets are rich in proteins and may aid the healing in the recipient placement sites for the new grafts to rest in and the donor healing of either the linear scar with Strip surgery or punch scarring with FUE surgery. The proteins growth factors should show an increase in speed of the healing, stimulating the formation of vessels so helping the follicle to bond with the site faster and with the tissue and cardio vascular system. The fibrotic inducing proteins will enhance the conversion of fibrinogen into fibrin but in a lesser amount than naturally. This conclusion can mean a scar of visibly less size, improved laxity, less separation and angle change between follicular units, reduced miniaturization and less collagen production between the fatty tissue and dermis layer. ____________________ Dr. Bisanga has finished his first phase of trials with PRP, he is pleased with many aspects of the tests, donor and recipient. He believes used in the correct circumstances PRP can aid the recovery in the recipient and donor, especially so far seen with FUE. Certainly tests in the FUE donor healing have shown significant improvements in extraction point closure and speed of recovery. This can have benefits for FUE donor harvesting and management not just for that procedure but future procedures. In the recipient we have seen improvements in healing speed and growth rates, yield no difference as we have a high yield ratio anyway, but certainly in the majority of tests so far the regrowth speed improved. There is also positive signs that miniaturised native hair in the recipient area and donor for that matter, especially surrounding the area of the HT have shown signs of improvement in the calibre and strength. Dr. Bisanga intends to continue the trials over the next 3 months, predominately with FUE patients free of charge to increase the research and potential for the treatment. (promotional link removed)
  17. I'd say 1500 grafts to bolster the hairline. You really don't need a HT right now...but your probably a good candidate for FUE---young, minimal loss. In the US check Dr. Feller. In Belgium check Dr. Bisanga. Take Care, Jason
  18. Thanks, hairthere Because, I want to finish up my this long HT issue when I have free time this moment relatively. And also I heard that from famous Drs this is possible situation that having FUE surgery just after 3~4 months FUT surgery. To get FUT again needs minimum 6months period between surgery. And in case of 3rd HT by FUE is more graft yield than FUT. Like these several reasons make me decide to have 3rd surgery by FUE and so sooner. Are you satisfied with result by feller? Actually, I still a bit worried about graft suvival of FUE in comparison with FUT I asked my estimation to feller and Shapiro as your recommendation. Bisanga and HDC is also good clinic but a little far for me. But preferably I asked my situation to Dr.Melike Kulahci in Istanbul. I heard that this clinic also well-known FUE place but not much successful case on this website.
  19. Sparky, does Dr. Bisanga have a gallery of patients, and are some of them willing to show their results in person. Stephen, Joetronic and Spex have great results. They represent the companies they work for. Its a business, never lose sight of that.
  20. Sparky, What do you mean Philip isn't a rep for Dr. Bisanga? Phil works for Dr. Bisanga, thus he represents him. Best wishes, Bill
  21. just got email back. they did infact reply to me stright away but i did not get it for some reason. they have sent it again and i got it ok this time i think this reply is much clearer and allot better. i can post the email but i have removed the links to the pictures they sent me of repair cases as they asked me not to post those pics anywhere and i wont post them if they asked me not to. i dont think they will mind me posting the email so here it is Your email has been passed on to me from my French speaking advisor, we spoke a few months ago via email, nice to hear from you, obviously very sorry for the situation you are in, I can imagine it has been a long year for you. I know you spoke to Stephen earlier in the week and you asked him some questions about HT in general and obviously your situation. In respect of FUE and yield; FUE is technically a very demanding technique, Dr. Bisanga has been practicing FUE longer than the vast majority of doctors out there, we do not make a large presence on the forums, although we do try and post as much educational information as we can, hoping it will inform people as to the ups and downs of the FUE technique. FUE is much harder to perform than FUT and does potentially have more concerns in respect of transection and yield compared to FUT but that does not mean it cannot be performed well and to the highest standards to compare to FUT. For example when we advise a person of graft numbers we personally do not increase the quoted number for FUE to compensate for a lower yield, the quoted numbers will be the same. We cannot obviously speak for other doctors and what they consider to be a good transection or yield, we at all times try to assess and monitor our work to ensure high standards. Maybe Dr. Bisanga has more experience or generally a greater understanding, so understands more the scalp to follicle changes that occur so his technique is more efficient. He has over the years changed and improved his technique to lower transection rates, improve yield, reduce the punch diameter he uses and the visible scarring that is left, the majority of his work is FUE now so is performing almost daily, the other is obviously FUT work and generally much larger cases, 4000 plus grafts. We have many well documented FUE cases you can see, repair cases also, I will put a few links for you and you can also go to our photobucket to see more cases generally: Please do not post these cases anywhere as some of our patients are happy for us to share pictures but do not want them on the forums or internet in general, thanks for your understanding. LINKS REMOVED SORRY YOU WILL HAVE TO ASK BHR YOURSELF Repair cases can hold a great deal of complications, I saw a post from Janna of SMG on your situation and she spoke a lot of sense to you. The road of repair can be long and clear priorities are required to ensure you and the doctor understand what you want and what can be achieved. Also, unfortunately it may not always be possible to reach your goals and if that is the case you must first come to terms and understand this before starting the repair. An impaired scalp can act very differently to a virgin scalp, growth rates, yiled, hair quality can all change when placing into impaired tissue, so any figures that were quoted would not necessarily reflect your situation anyway. Before you do anything I would suggest you meet up with a few doctors in person, have them assess your donor area and recipient, relay your goals and expectations to them and see what they say; I am sure you may get differeing comments but it will allow you to form a rounded opinion yourself. We do not claim to be miracle workers, you will hear people say no one can bat 100% all the time, and this is true to a degree, but we hope our work speaks for itself in terms of consistent high yield, donor quality and natural results, we cannot speak for what other doctors are doing or what they feel is good, bad or possible. Hopefully we can meet in the coming months, you are welcome to Brussels anytime mutually convenient, you can meet Stephen actually in Brussels or the UK and see his FUE work by Dr. Bisanga; we do intent to be in London early part of next year so if you can not get to Brussels you can meet Dr. Bisanga then and he can take a quality look at your situation. I hope this helps, I look forward to any questions you may have and hearing from you soon if you feel we can help you I can assure you of openess and transparency and your best interests will always be our priority. Regards, Philip
  22. Balb, A couple of things...one, I agree that a 97% blanket statement regarding yield is a red flag, and I would want a further clarification on this. Since Dr. Bisanga has yet to have elected to get a fair viewing from the forum and share their results and philosophies, it's difficult to really say for sure *just* what "97%" means. I would ask them just that, though -- do they mean that 97% yield is basically what they get on average, and, as such, it is what *you* yourself *should* expect...(?) I'd ask that, for sure. You may also want to talk with Stingray and Sparky who either have or are going for FUE with Bisanga. All this said, I've seen really good mega-session FUE from Bisanga, and from my knowledge he is the rare doctor who performs that "mega session" FUE who I myself might consider. Spex and Bspot/Jason also seems to know about Bisanga from their involvement in hair transplantation, and while they are with Feller and SMG, I am sure they would be willing to help you out, and give you general advice, re: FUE. How many grafts are you looking to get? Your answer may go a long ways in zeroing in on the list of docs you should seriously consider. FUE is so specialized, and there is such variability at the same time, your graft target might really favor one doc over another. Also, based off your graft target, I would 100% ask for various, well documented results from respective clinics that are of FUE cases and are in, or exceed, your graft target. Def consult with Feriduni if you have yet to, and I'd ask these types of questions; also, DevRoye would be a good person to consult with.
  23. Sparky makes a good point that Dr. Bisanga has a very good patient coordinator in Philb but they also have Stephen as well. Their patients have plenty of direct support. Stephen and Phil are both active on a UK forum, among other forums with many educational posts. From what I've heard of their patient care, I don't think anyone has to worry about lack of support. I've been very impressed by their work and patient care. Catastophique, With you being so young and not on meds, the clinic you choose will likely urge you to get on them. If you don't halt/slow your hairloss progression and go ahead with a ht surgery, your results may not be what you or your clinic expect....just my 2 cents on the matter. Who knows what the future holds - be optimistic that there will be other options besides taking a pill everyday. Best of luck with your consults.
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